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The '''Massachusetts Bible Society''' is a Christian, ecumenical organization founded on July 6, 1809 at a ceremony in the Representatives Chamber of the Massachusetts State House. It was formally incorporated on February 10, 1810 and is the third oldest Bible Society in the United States, following the Philadelphia society, founded December 12, 1808 (now known as the Pennsylvania Bible Society), and the Connecticut society, founded in the Spring of 1809. The offices of the society are located in Newton Centre, Massachusetts on the campus of Andover Newton Theological School. While affiliated with the National Association of State and Regional Bible Societies and often working with the American Bible Society and the International Bible Society, the Massachusetts Bible Society is an independent organization governed by its own Board of Trustees.
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Bible 93
English language 88
Bugis language 17
Missions 15
Pushto language 11
Spanish language 9
Greek language, Biblical 8
Armenian language 7
Albanian language 6
French language 6
German language 6
Judeo-Persian language 4
Mpongwe language 4
Bengali language 3
Greek language 3
Hebrew language 3
Hindustani language 3
Inuit language 3
Mortlock language 3
Persian language 3
Polyglot texts, selections, quotations, etc 3
Russian language 3
Slave language 3
Urdu language 3
Yahgan language 3
Yiddish language 3
Ao language 2
Chinese language 2
Choctaw language 2
Gilbertese language 2
Gothic language 2
Hindi language 2
Hungarian language 2
Iloko language 2
Inuktitut dialect 2
Jesus Christ 2
Kurdish language 2
Kusaie language 2
Lithuanian language 2
Navajo language 2
Printing 2
Romanian language 2
Sanskrit language 2
Tangale (African people) 2
Tangale language 2
Arapaho language 1
Arawak language 1
Armenain language 1
Azerbaijani language 1
Azerbaijanis 1
Bacama (African people) 1
Badaga dialect 1
Balti language 1
Baluchi language 1
Bambara (African people) 1
Bambara language 1
Baptists 1
Biography 1
Bontoc language 1
Bulgarian language 1
Bunker Hill, Battle of, Boston, Mass., 1775 1
Burgess, Ebenezer, 1790-1870 1
Car Nicobarese language 1
Catechisms, Gaelic 1
Chicago Theological Seminary 1
Christian universities and colleges 1
Church Slavic language 1
Church of England 1
Chuukese language 1
Codex argenteus 1
Congregational Church (Blackstone, Mass.) 1
Congregational churches 1
Cree language 1
Creeds 1
Dance 1
Devotional calendars 1
Dinka (African people) 1
Dinka language 1
Education, Higher 1
Eskimo languages 1
Evangelicalism 1
Families 1
Finnish language 1
Futuna-Aniwa language 1
Garifuna language 1
Greek language. Biblical 1
Griesbach, Jo. Jac., 1745-1812 1
Gwich'in Indians 1
Gwich'in language 1
Hakka dialects 1
Halmaheran languages 1
Hausa (African people) 1
Hausa language 1
Hebrew Language 1
Hieroglyphic Bibles 1
Home missions 1
Hymns, English 1
Hymns, Mundari 1
Hymns, Scottish Gaelic 1
Hymns, Tangkhul 1
Icelandic language 1
Ilokanos (Philippine people) 1
Iranian languages 1
Irish language 1
Iroquois language 1
Italian language 1
Jews 1
Kalâtdlisut dialect 1
Kru (African people) 1
Kru language 1
Latin language 1
Lisu language 1
Liturgical language 1
Loloda language 1
Makasar (Indonesian people) 1
Makasar language 1
Malayalam language 1
Mandingo (African people) 1
Mandingo language 1
Manuscripts, Hebrew 1
Massachusetts Bible Society 1
Mikir language 1
Mohawk language 1
Mongolian language 1
Mukri dialect 1
Mundari language 1
Nestorians 1
Norwegian language 1
Ossetic language 1
Pampanga language 1
Panjabi language 1
Papiamento 1
Paul, the Apostle, Saint 1
Polish language 1
Readers (Primary) 1
Sacred vocal music 1
Scottish Gaelic language 1
Shorthand 1
Siksika language 1
Sinhalese language 1
Slave Indians 1
Spelling reform 1
Stenotypy 1
Sulu language 1
Sunday 1
Swedish language 1
Syriac literature 1
Tangkhul language 1
Theater 1
Third Presbyterian Church (Springfield, Ill.) 1
Tibetan language 1
Welsh language 1
genealogy 1
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